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Dr Eliasu Mumuni

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Dr Eliasu Mumuni has a PhD in Organizational and Development Communication from the University of Nottingham in the UK/Malaysia. He also holds a second PhD in Agricultural Extension from the North-West University, South Africa. He obtained his MA in Environmental Security and Livelihood Change from the University for Development Studies (UDS), Tamale and an MBA in Project and Strategic Management from the Paris Graduate School of Management (PGSM), Paris. He also holds a Certificate in Agricultural Engineering (Small Scale Mechanization) from Tsukuba International Center, Japan and a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Agricultural Engineering from Tamale Technical University.

 

 

 

First Name
Eliasu
Last name
Mumuni
Position
Lecturer
Faculty
Faculty of Agribusiness and Communication Sciences
Department
Department of Communication, Innovation and Technology
Room Number
FACS Room 13
Campus
Nyankpala Campus
Contact Information
Address
BOX 1803 TAMALE
Phone Number
0544057036
Academia
Teaching Interests

Development Support Communication (Health, Agric. & Emergency), Communication Regulation, Ethics & Law, Communication Policy, Semiotics and Discourse Analysis, Innovation and Technology Start-ups, Principles of Organisational Communication, Introduction to communication science and Research Methodology.

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Research
ResearchGate
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Eliasu_Mumuni2/contributions
Research Interests

Transdisciplinary communication, organizational and development communication, innovation communication, knowledge management agricultural information and technology dissemination, rural livelihoods, agriculture and rural development.

 

 

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=YlChlP8AAAAJ&hl=en

Publications

 

  1. Mumuni, E., Seidu Al-hassan and Oladele O.I. Effects of Mining on Smallholder Agriculture in Asutifi District of the Brong Ahafo Region, Ghana. Life Sci J 2012; 9(3):389-395]. http://www.lifesciencesite.com.

 
  • Mumuni E. and Oladele O.I. Farmers’ assessment of Donor support for Rain-fed Lowland Rice Production in Ashanti and Northern Regions in Ghana. Life Sci J 2012; 9(3):377- 381]. http://www.lifesciencesite.com.

  • Mumuni E. Oladele O.I and Yaa Pokuaa(2013). Rice Production as a Livelihood option among Migrant Farmers in Ashanti Region of Ghana. JFAE- Vol.11 (2) April 2013 http://www.world- food.net/scientificjournal.php

  • Mumuni E. Oladele O.I and Yaa Pokuaa (2013). Household Welfare among Migrant Rice Farmers in Ashanti Region of Ghana. JFAE- Vol.11 (2) April 2013 http://www.world- food.net/scientificjournal.php

  • Porosi M., Mumuni E., Jamshed M H. Fabrication of Throw in Type Rice Thresher. Farming Japan. Bi-Monthly Publication Journal on Agriculture, Forest and Fisheries. Vol. 43-5, 2009. 3- 5-5, Uchi-Kanda, Chiyodai-Ku, Tokyo-Japan

  • Zuberu S., Mumuni E., Napodow, I. A., Dittoh S. and Oladele O.I., (2013). Comparative Economic Analysis of Groundnut oil and Soya Milk Production in the Tamale Metropolis of the Northern Region of Ghana. International Journal of Development and Sustainability Online ISSN: 2168-8662. Ijds- ID A13051901 www.isdsnet.com/ijds

  • Basit J. M., Mumuni E., Al-Hassan S., Musah A.N., (2013) Shea Butter and its Processing Impacts on the Environment within Tamale Metropolis of Ghana ". International Journal of Development and Sustainability Online ISSN: 2168-8662. http://www.isdsnet.com/ijds

  • Mumuni, E. and Oladele, O. I. (2016). Access to Livelihood Capitals and the Propensity for Entrepreneurship amongst Rice Farmers in Ghana. Journal of Agriculture & Food Security (Springer group), DOI: 10.1186/s40066-015-0049-x (https://agricultureandfoodsecurity.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40066- 015-0049-x)

  • Mumuni, E. & Kaliannan, M. & O’Reilly, P.(2016). "Approaches for scientific collaboration and interactions in complex research projects under disciplinary influence."The Journal of Developing Areas 50.5 : 383-391. Project MUSE. Web. 6 Jun. 2016. https://muse.jhu.edu/

Workshops/Conference
  • Mumuni, E., O’Reilly, P., and Kaliannan, M. (2015). Scientists working together in Complex Scientific Projects under Disciplinary Influence. Proceedings of the Asia Pacific Conference on Business and Social Sciences 2015, Kuala Lumpur. ISBN 978- 0-9925622-2-9

  • Mumuni, E. O’Reilly, P. & Kaliannan, M. (2017). The Nexus of Knowledge coproduction and management in Complex Transdisciplinary Projects. International Conference on Innovations in Business, Economics, Management, Social Sciences (IBEMSS). Volume 02, Issue 08 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. ISBN: 978-602-6427-18-2

  • Mumuni, E., O’Reilly, P., and Kaliannan, M (2014). Developing a qualitative framework to enhance the quality of trans-disciplinary communication in multifaceted research organizations. DTP Colloquium week-CFF Headquarters, Semeyih-Malaysia